PALOMA was rescued from a high kill shelter. PALOMA is a lap kitty who loves belly rubs and to be held. She is so sweet that she charms any cat, dog or person to love her.
PALOMA is super sweet! PALOMA gets along really well with cats/kittens, dogs and people!
PALOMA was rescued from a high kill shelter in the nick of time and are at a foster home, but are really hoping a wonderful person chooses her to be part of a loving forever family.
PALOMA is housebroken, always uses the litterbox, doesn't spray, doesn't scratch up the furniture, and is well-behaved. As well as current on all shots/vaccinations, have had their rabies shots, is fixed, microchipped and snap tested negative for FeLV/FIV.
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3. There may be a required home check.
4. There is a required minimum adoption donation, which varies according to the animal and foster parent; please inquire as to details.
Paws Worldwide is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax deductible charitable organization that is dedicated to ending needless animal deaths & suffering. Our EIN is: 47-1018325.
Paws Worldwide rescues thousands of at risk companion animals giving them a second chance at loving forever homes. Paws Worldwide also streamlines and connects all data regarding all animals with the vision of better protecting animals and their quality of life, so animals no longer fall through the cracks, and we always know their story. Our mission is to reduce needless animal suffering, and advance animal welfare throughout the world. Please help us help them!
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